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Measuring and monitoring the quality of housing services for and with people with learning disabilities - Key findings from commissioner and service provider surveys

The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) is working on several research projects around housing services. Most adults with learning disabilities who need support and a place to live are offered either residential care or housing with support (called supported living). The idea of supported living is that it gives people more rights and control over their lives. However, very little is known about how good these services are.

This report forms part of a crowdfunded research project exploring what is important to different groups in terms of housing decisions1. We aim to provide evidence to support more informed decision-making by commissioners in this area and to gain a better understanding of what matters to people in terms of their housing and support. This report presents the data from surveys of commissioners and housing service providers

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